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James Rennie, Insect Architecture, édition augmentée par J.G. Wood, Londres, Bell & Daldy, 1869, p. 202-207.

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Helene E., Watney, « Insecte vivarium », Londres, Science-Gossip, 1° avril 1866, p. 81.

I like the caddis worm in an aquarium and was rather disappointed at no finding him in M—‘s vivarium. He is such a quaint object, moving along with his domicile, formed of sticks and stones, like a man in armour ; and it is particularly interesting to observe him emerging from his prisonhouse.